Loosing speech when there is too much data
joseph.norton at gmail.com
Mon Jan 24 18:57:31 EST 2011
I've been playing around with the Debian Squeze snapshot from a couple weeks
ago which includes Speakup.
I'm using a Doubletalk on ttyS0.
When the system speaks too much, it seems like the synth stops responding.
I have to be careful not to run certain commands that produce n abundance of
speech, such as looking at the installation messages as they go by. If I do
not press ctrl or Numpad Enter quickly enough, the speech stops and no
longer responds. The system seems to still work.
Is their some parameter I need to pass to the kernel or some command I can
use to bring speech back?
I do have some other issues with Debian, so, I may consider converting to
arch if some of my other issues are addressed.
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